The Warwick Historical Society invites the public to come to open-house tours of the Shingle House Complex, 7 Forester Ave., Warwick on Sunday, Sept. 29, from 2 to 4 p.m.
Learn about the what life was like in years past, see the Shingle House, the oldest house in the Village of Warwick, and hear about the ongoing archaeological dig, and the story of the property being unearthed.
Take a walk through the Sly Barn with the agriculture exhibit that includes household and agriculture items used yesterday and today.
Hear about the impact the railroad had on Warwick as you view the Lehigh and Hudson River Railway Caboose.
And see the Union African Methodist Episcopal Church, recently renovated and handicapped accessible.
Everyone is welcome; suggested donation $5 per person, $20 per family.
To learn more, visit www.whsny.org, Facebook.com/whsny.org, or call 845-986-3236.